Peggi Kroll-Roberts

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Three Figures

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Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Three Figures
acrylic on panel, 23x35.5"

Beach Slumber

$5,000
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Beach Slumber
acrylic on panel, 24x36"

Bikinis

$5,500
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Bikinis
acrylic on panel, 24x40"

Fashion Study

$500
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Fashion Study
acrylic on paper, 8.5x11.5"

Gladioli

$720
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Gladioli
watercolor on paper, 11x14"

Still Life with Yellow Coffee Pot

$720
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Still Life with Yellow Coffee Pot
watercolor on paper, 11x14"

Still Life with Turquoise Bowl

$620
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Still Life with Turquoise Bowl
watercolor on paper, 9x12"

Still Life with White Vase

$720
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Still Life with White Vase
watercolor on paper, 11x14"

Kids on Boogie Boards

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Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Kids on Boogie Boards
acrylic on paper, 11x17"

Women with Towels

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Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Women with Towels
acrylic on paper, 9.5x9.5"

White Bikini

$4,500
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
White Bikini
oil on canvas board, 20x24"

Horses Surrounded by Pink (unframed)

$800
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Horses Surrounded by Pink (unframed)
gouache on paper, 11x27"

Simple Shadow Series 7

$620
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Simple Shadow Series 7
gouache on paper, 8x11"

Simple Shadow Series 5

$620
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Simple Shadow Series 5
gouache on paper, 8x11"

Light Planes, Shadow Planes 2 (unframed)

$500
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Light Planes, Shadow Planes 2 (unframed)
gouache on paper, 8x11"

Light Planes, Shadow Planes I (unframed)

$500
Peggi Kroll-Roberts
Light Planes, Shadow Planes I (unframed)
gouache on paper, 8x11"


Bio

Award-winning artist, Peggi Kroll-Roberts (b. 1954), was trained at Arizona State University and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Peggi worked as a fashion and advertising illustrator before transitioning to fine art.

Her artworks are featured in the Laguna Beach Art Museum and the Pasadena Historical Museum.

Using intense color and value to accentuate her subject, she moved into fine art with a bold palette, a love for small paintings and a very loose style that achieves a lot with a few very energetic brush strokes. She prefers to suggest reality than render it. Peggi paints animated figures, and breaks away from conventional still life with playful paintings of everyday scenes: cosmetics, the occasional coffee cup or slab of butter. Peggi's work gives us a new appreciation of daily life.

Peggi's realist impressionist and expressionist styles are striking and she has won multiple fine art and plein air awards in addition to the Blackwell prize in painting.

Peggi's daughter Mary and her husband live in Appleton, Maine.